#ViralTreatForTheDay: Group of tigers drinks water from the river
A fantastic video of a group of tigers water supply from a stream has gone viral on social networking sites. The 14-second video was shared online with Susanta Nanda of the Indian Forest Service (IFS). It depicts four tigers-three of which appear to be cubs-drinking water from a stream.
Nanda also shared a piece of information about tigers in his post, stating that big cats could survive without food for two days. “But without water for a total of 4 days,” Nanda said.
“Last days will be in the Tiger Capital of India-Pench & Central Indian Tiger Countryside, a source of lives-sustaining water to many. Watch a family clip of rain,” states Nanda’s tweet.
Here’s the video:
The world is looking at the video on the repeat since it has been downloaded more than 5,000 times. It has received over 700 likes and has been retweeted regularly also.
“This is great, thank you for posting,” one user wrote, while another added, “I admire you, buddy. You’re in a field that’s close to nature. Also, happy of you, you’re interested in ecology.”
This is your reward for a day, in the words of the Internet: